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Remove from oven and immediately scatter chocolate over hot cooky; when chips soften, spread evenly with a spatula, then sprinkle pine nuts onto chocolate.
Per cooky: 52 cal.; 0.8 g protein; 0.1 g fat (0.1 g sat.); 12 g carbo.; 34 mg sodim; 0.3 mg chol.
Per seving original chocolate cooky cheesecake (May 1987, page 180): 502 cal.; 8.1 g protein; 35 g fat (16 g sat.); 40 g carbo.; 445 mg sodium; 158 mg chol.
Slide a spatula under each cooky to release from pan> leave in place for 5 minutes.
To create a striking visual effect and an easier-than-pie dessert, tuck a cooky vertically into a bowl of your favorite flavor of ice cream.
"The perfect cooky should have a slight crunch on the outside and be soft and very moist on the inside.
The technique that you follow varies with the cooky shape.
Replace some of the flour with rye flour to make brown crunchy rabbits, pigs, or posies--or whatever your selection of cooky cutters provides.
Clay in the hands of an artist, professional or otherwise--that's what this splendidly malleable cooky dough is.
The 96-page cook book, by the editors of Sunset Books and Sunset Magazine, is a splendid resource for good cooks looking for good cooky recipes, and for newer cooks who will find the step-by-step directions featured in the 84 color illustrations a reassuring guide to success.